Here, we see, in full display, its serious tone elevating lunch to a question of science, with all its appeals to the homemaker couched in the professorial tone of a college lecture, the unmitigated turgidity of 20s advertising prose.A previous version of this site had the ad large enough to read, but I'm not sure anyone profits from the experience. Let me excerpt:

"For Libby's chefs have already cooked the meats - first removing all the water - and packed them to keep indefinitely."

Not up there with "For God So Loved the World that He sent His only begotten son," but you can see what they're shooting for.

What a peculiar address: 109 Welfare Building.